The Company Corporation wants to help entrepreneurial seniors with their How To Start A Business After Age 60–and the 20 Best Businesses to Start Guidebook.
Educational eBook offers startup business advice to entrepreneurial seniors. Contrary to popular belief that many entrepreneurs are young, according to the Global Entrepreneurship Monitor report, nearly 20 percent of startup entrepreneurs are over age 55, and nearly 80 percent of them are 65+.
Businesses For Entrepreneurial Seniors
The Company Corporation (www.incorporate.com) provider of incorporation and business compliance services to entrepreneurs nationwide, has published How to Start a Business After Age 60 – and the 20 Best Businesses to Start, a free guidebook for entrepreneurial seniors who are looking to start their own businesses.
The free eBook, written by John Meyer, Director of Education at The Company Corporation, offers nine insightful business tips and suggestions of 20 businesses ideal for people for entrepreneurial seniors. Popular startup business ideas for entrepreneurial seniors include:
- Consulting businesses
- Tax preparation service
- Life coach or business coach
- Retirement financial planner
- Buying a franchise
“Baby Boomers, still the largest segment of America’s population, historically have been a focal point of the nation’s economy, and that remains true today. We are seeing an increasing number of older entrepreneurial seniors incorporate their entities,” said John Meyer, who authored How to Start a Business After Age 60.
To download the free eBook, visit https://www.incorporate.com/
Guidebook for Entrepreneurial Seniors
“This guidebook was designed to provide with a free resource that can help entrepreneurial seniors navigate through the processes of launching a new business entity. Many people feel that they might be too old to start their own business, but the reality is that there is no age that caps entrepreneurs,” Meyer added.
On Thursday, June 19th at 2:00 p.m. (EDT), a representative from The Company Corporation will discuss business formation options during a webinar entitled, What Small Business Structure is Best for Your Business. For more information about this webinar, presented by the AARP, a membership organization that delivers value to people age 50 and over through information, advocacy and service, visit the following link.
About The Company Corporation
With more than 750,000 businesses formed, The Company Corporation® provides affordable incorporation services to small businesses and entrepreneurs nationwide. In addition to filing corporations and limited liability companies (LLCs) in all 50 states and the District of Columbia, The Company Corporation offers a wide range of products and services, including license and permit assistance, corporate kits, business education books, certificates of good standing, Registered Agent services, and business start-up services. Based in Delaware, The Company Corporation serves small business owners nationwide through its websites, www.incorporate.com and www.llc.com.